I am new to cream, and I'm finding it wonderful.
However, I have a problem with omnicompletion.
The "standard" vim completion is not "complete" enough for me, while
("http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1520";) gives me
exactly what I need.
I have installed CmniCppComplete 0.41 on gvim 7.2, and it works.
The problem is, it does not work in cream 0.41 (same gvim, of course).
I have also copied the relevant portion of my .vimrc
into .cream/cream-user.vim, particularly:
filetype plugin on
I was not sure if it was needed, but it seemed so.
I also created the tags file as described in the OmniCppComplete docs.
At this point the situation is the following:
- If I open a file with gvim, OmniCppComplete works (if I try to
complete a C struct member it gives me the list of members, the list
appears automatically after I have typed the '->' operator).
- If I open the same file with cream, and do exactly the same editing,
after I finish typing '->' I get a "-- Omni completion (^O^N^P) Pattern
not found" message.
Note that this is the same message I get both in gvim and cream if I try
to complete on an undefined variable (I mean, if I type something like
Before I created the "cream-user.vim" file the error I got in cream was
slightly different, IIRC it was just a "Pattern not found" message, with
no mention of the ^O^N^P key bindings.
So the question is, how do I make OmniCppComplete work in cream?
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